Sep 19, 2017
Hannah is single and available, Guy is married and not, Bec ‘it’s complicated’ and David is wedded to audio editing.
Hannah Duder is CEO of Indigo and Iris, a makeup social enterprise using profits from the sale of mascara to restore sight to those in New Zealand and pacific regions. Guy Ryan is a Filmmaker, organiser, and CEO and founder of social impact organisation, Inspiring Stories.
They share some of their journeys to now in an action-packed and fun-filled episode. We then dive into the upcoming Social Enterprise World Forum as a springboard for social enterprise growth in New Zealand.
Episode runs just under 60mins, with two other short-form conversations at the end. Firstly, at about 56mins David chatted remotely with Erin Jackson about the Transitional City public programme supporting the World Forum. Secondly, at about 60mins he spoke with Carina and Noa, Inspiring Stories team-members working to deliver the Future Leaders programme, and supporting sales and marketing activity across all aspects of the organisation.
Show notes and links:
Little Yellow Bird’s co-founder Sam Rae-Jones Episode #50: Chinook Social Events Coordinator
Guy Ryan: Guy Ryan (@GuyRyanNZ) | Twitter
David Binstead | Twitter @david_binstead
Erin’s chat: Transitional City programme:
'twice': two weeks in creative endeavour shares founder stories and journeys to now by bribing innovators, creatives +social enterprisers (usually with beer). Fortnightly from Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand, since August 2015.
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